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 hite, Shiles & Co
FIRE INSURANCE
:\y WESTMINSTER, B. C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Phone 85
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NUMBER      302
I   Mi! BUSINESS   CAMPi    .        [_
i iYs proprietors    m sunday next
mi Has Peculiar Methods Evangv    tic Service  feo Be
IfiDealing with Customers     Held in Met]   dist Church
..Local People Tricked.        ���Will Last One .Month.
AROUSED ENGLAND
Asiatics Arrested for Evading immigration Laws
Want $5Q0 Each as Salve.
Warnings Not Heeded for
Years Now Regarded as
Worthy of Consideration.
i
. ��� complaints havi   been      On ,���   nexl   commences   an
��� ... police and the pre . ���..,:   . ���.,  camj) l)gn in     e (i;   ];Ij
���  wdlng   the bu Inei      ��� p ,.,,,., ,, ,. ��� known
Winnipeg    mail   ord": . . . ,  ,. e,,,,   K   ,.   (), n,
thweatern    Bupply   Co., tawa Vli   Gordon U a criminal law-
aplalnanti   being manj
prov nce, i��n b -in-.-
Sen   Westminsi ir.     The
leal chiefly with delays of
montbs at a time and
rer of i puti an lai | con tim
He will    i ti I    bj
a.-    \     p.o. beaut.fu
I'hree si   rices a daj will, ac. ���
coi lin ' to the present arrangi mi a
i the c m. sign .   tii ; foi    a
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e ii S ���; pb   House h I he Queen's avenui
be laws of Manitoba   M tb n foi  a  .������������
Printed Circular Containing Untrue
Statements Concerning Affairs of
Bank Led to Wild Rush for Deposits
at Fernie���Local Manager Writes
on Situation.
I; ������������
���  dishonored ch< que
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!ed  capital of $100
iim to give as references
.< ,i;. or expres   ���
:��� li  ba j been lea   ed
u      r< ferencea ha    nol
. i in sever il ca -���       In
iclude I ln thi    cata
"In ordei  to ;  ��� rt o
bavin awa
we have ���
ids    in   fill   i
can ivei    ihi -
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vlng to w       a li
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ample ca
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Fernie.  Dec.  29.���An extraordinary the truth of tlie alleged "bad loans"
and i  emingly reasonless run on the h.- penned the letter which    follows
local branch of the Canadian Bank of The Fernie branch of the bunk cou) '���
Commerce  took  place today.    Scores not possibly have been in any dang i
<e:  depositors  assembled In  from  of of a shortage of fundB, as   while the
the building early in the morning, and total deposits are only aboul $200,000
���   10 o'clock there waa a strug- an almost unlimiteed amount of m p
I mass of people waiting fo; the could havi.- been rushed there on .-he. i
to open     The excitable foreign totice from the other B. C.    ranches
Ion      - naturally Beriouslj1 In- of tin.  same  bank,   Had there bo n; Thunderer gives advice
thi   situation    The   reportjanj   foundation for the   rumor, ON oriental question
Oe'    stamped*     was run on the Bank of Commerce woul 	
Syney, Dec.    29.���Furiher   develop-
mi nts are expected as ihe outcome of
ti.'   recent arrests here   of   eighteen
Chines ���. who were charge with evading the Immigration laws.    They en-
red    Canada    from    Newfoundland
thout paying the head tax".
'Hie Chinese were fined, hut appeal;
were  taken and the    matter    finally
I settle! in the supreme coun at Hall-
i fax,    where    the    Chinese were   d s-
1 charge!   and  their   fines,   aggregating
$1800, remitted.   Now. counsel for the
Chinese have notified the customs of-
:   ials   here that proceedings will    be
brought by the Chinese.    Bach of the
'een arrested claim ?5oo damages
- e.'.-e- Imprisonment,
: ��� '' ..   ll    Fi     le   not have st.arn.pl In a small town like
effeel thai   Fernie, but would have originated    In
ak ha    .      flO,-  one of the  monej    centre i   of    l lu
1 ind that   th     world,   Xew     Yoi b,    Paris,    I. i   I
���   ii te ampun     ���! int i eai  oi   Berlin,   ��������� here   the
only $4
���
i tai ned
es its h iviesl busini .-.-.
\n official denial of the
erl   is (Ircular
iti   the
���ip
i:       ni    li
London, Dec. 29.���The Times in an
e.ial leader says that th ���  breaking up of tlie Indian congress is tend-
in p- to justify those anxious to justify
��� u lusion ol   Indian:   a.   well    a
thei oriental races trom the colonies,
atpl the mother countt;.- for   a
preliminary investigation to assist the
SPSS
...w'ioyv./--
i in Vancouver, n( .   ... .,. :: ,; conf, ������, ,,. .   t0 deal with
Interesting I nnection with I ���     , . iggests that the i ri
��� ��� ���!'��� is tha    . ��� .   ���     Cox, Ro ��� e taken befi re such a commlission
��)��
ASA GORDON .  K. C.
Law; Evan
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al   terd
No oni   i      allowed In   the  citj   woul I
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OIL v RMON TO AlilJI
lii o.i|| OLD MEMOHIKS
er\ iei' was held
Methodist church yes'
ling,  the   feature  of    the
J B reunion of the older
r he congregation,   owing mainly
mei ind il ha (        i
���
. . . at* .     To . i     re a
.  ��� ui. iei of Mi   lodl o ;e
di ;.      in  lhe i it.,   ae   t'n    pr senl   |
n ho ie pn seni ������ �� 11) a- sisi  ruatei h    .
in making the i um       n a success.
Th ��� loi   i W. C. T. 17. men   ���      a i
I -.,,,   ,ii   e woi king ia connection with the e
in. i tings, an i the    different    Ladles
Leagu a of the city churchy will ... ���
assist   in  making the undertaking   a
success.     Mrs.   Gordon   will     speak
ni  matters affecting  temper
IB      ..    :
.... ���     . ���      j    c     was
iy a New! - erday  with
��� -   . thi    ibovi      . fepatch,    an I
.   ..    un emphatic denial a-   o
ay,     Elias   Rog tra    an
mill e     .   v    il   lo
i   eat    Northi
!.. -e   holdei - .';   stock  in  th    ('.������
I   ; aie.
lowin Davidso       ietti
K I.tur Daily X   .
Sil : tho ei     11 i     :.
i . ii ���     Commi rc     I     ���
Bhown a eP ��� pati'.    . om Fi i ni<e, B,
i th rhi       I    i
ient     ma ���   an    i   oluti Ij    witl ou
any truth i     foundation whatever, and
all newsj apei     iri   v, ime i thai tne j
clearlj   ma le    with    criminallj
tiKni, ious Intent.
Ii. K. DAVIDSON,
Manager   .N'ew    Westminster    branch
Canadian Bank of Commerce.
New  Westminster, Dec. 29, 1907.
ime of 1 he colonif s
Ivy     of     aaiplin.
ii immigration,    aHd
o.i pari    of the Brit-
uted to o  ���
ill   I to Vi hite m n's habitation mighl    ���  espi i" ii lly resi ned for
��� ita] immigration.
editorial concludes:    "At pres-
��� ie 'ie i>' ital raci.-: realize our dlf
���   t  a swarming inrush    of
even   i    i   ��� en   oanno   ;>    re
sist   1 fl , evi: "
London, Dec. 29.���Yesterday's rio;
in the Indian national congress at
Surat, Bombay, over Indian home rule,
has suddenly aroused England to a
realization of political conditions in
India. Warnings have been sounded
for several years but not even in the
east have Europeans regarded them
as worthy of very grave consideration
Viceroy Lord Minto is one of the
few who have been telling the government trouble is ahead. "It is impossible, Bfe told the executive council of
India on the adoption, last month, of
a iii to prevent seditious gathetings,
"to ignore the warning oi recent
events, the riots at La Hore, Pimli and
elsewhere, the insults to Europeans
and the seditious attempt to inflame
racial feeling and tamper with the
loyalty of the Indian army."
One step sure to come is suppression of the national volunteers, a native organization which admits training recruits throughout the country iu
swordsmanship and archery (rifle
practice being prohibited) and is
strongly suspected of participation in
numerous outbreaks.
That Japan has been active in stirring up native feeling against the Brit
ish is openly charged by alarmists.
The opinion Is rapidly growing that
Count Okuma inti nded, in his recent
speech, almos openly to give n ti<
that th .iaaap'S would lie glad to
see India roe against English rule.
Australian sentiment, "Wnicn has
long been viol ml.. anti-Japanese and
Canadian opinion now shifting in the
���;ime direction are al->o beginning to
produce an effect at home.
FURRY ANIMALS SCARCE
NORTH OF PITT LAKE
ODDFELLOWS NOW HAVE
WESTERN PUBLICATION
I l nt her causes, many of  ance, nnd is also expected to touch
, . upon  the cigarette evil as  it BLffecta
more i     am ed in years  were un
the youth of British Columbia.
!���' iuii there still n nialn-
J li rable number who again
\ iblp together us in day-   CRIMINALS EASILY EVADE
I ':"'������     Members of tlie choir pre-
s ai io-,  nine In number, formed
i.e    day   and there  weep
���       '. lhat their voices h id
I' Bom
Bhl
PUNISHMENT   IN   WINNIPEG
Winnipeg, Dec. 29.       Considerable
commeni    has   been   heard    on
the
their  clearness.
Rev. W. H. Barraclough, streets lately owing to tha numbe, ol
i.eclal sermon, taking for men charged with serious crimes thai
life wlthoui a sunset." have  bo far escaped punishment. Al
in [slab 60, verse 20. ,|l(. preseni time there are a number
I no   more   go   down, ,,,��� ���,,.��� wanted on a charge of murder,
tny  moon  withdraw it- |,���, ,l(, systematic plan Beems to have
ball be thine ever p,,,,,, a,inpieii to apprehend theni.   It
and    the    daya   ot thy js claimed thai the police departmenl
i wing
1
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.Marcus Cox, well known locally as
a prospector, hunter and trapper, arrived in the city yesterday afternoon,
aud will be fiere for the next few
days in consultation with local capitalists whp are interested in certain
prospects which he staked during the
summer. Mr. Cox ha.-: during th? past
few weeks be/en on a trapping expedi-
ion. but has not succeeded in capturing many of the furry animals, martens being especially scarce this s.a-
son. llis operations, whether trapping or prospecting, are mostly con-
flned north of Pitt lake, a district
with which he is perhaps better acquainted than any other man on th -
coast.
e ended."   From this
a     ll ssiiii     for     the
e'iiui. holding 111> to
of the older members
on sa au example.
for tip.   occasion    wa i
���    iws:
Its. J. A. Lee, Mrs. T. R.
*    '   ��       b. J,  Mackenzie,
���S. k\ , .
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Kei    |
lAItoi;
Mi
I Welsj,
1       * T. it.  p
v Lee.
Mrs.
15. Seymour,  Mrs. C.
irson, H. c. Cham-
Z Eileen Trew
.  daughter of the
ls verj serlouslj handicapped
to the attorney-general'a department
declining to ea partj to the spending
o [ the necessary money to deteel the
criminals or to bring them to justice,
It   is  said  by  these  in  a   position  to
k���ow'that  the police are willing to
d0 everything possible to arrest   the
fugitives If proper facilities are giant
ed them to do so.
Yielding to the prevailing sent!,
menl a few weeks ago, .1. M. Kenny,
proprietor of Kenny's restaurant de-
,ilkMl t0 dispose of all his Asiatic help
the
Tacoma, Dec. 89.���ATnl, a Hindu
who is wanted as a witness in a murder trial at Vanoouver, B. C., is
thoughl by Canadian secrel service
men to be In Tacoma Disguised a i
rough sailors, two secrei service officers who speak the Hindu language,
are making a thorough canvass of the.
hovels in which the Hindus live and it
Is believed I hey will timl their man
before night, he having been in th ���
city yesterday.
Oddfellows of the west will wel-
come the appearance of the "Western
Canada Oddfellow," a publication with
its home in Winnipeg, devoted to the
interests of Oddfellowship throughout
the four western provinces. Hitherto
the interests of the order have been
represented by eastern and American
publications and the new magazine is
a substantial testimony to the progress of Oddfellowship in the west. It
is replete with facts, figures and
photographs of peculiar intere3; to the
constituencies represented. The photographs include those of the grand
masters of Manitoba, Saskatchewan
aud Alberta, lb O. Wiswell, L. Rankin
and K. K. I,rown. respectively.
SEATTLE   CHILDREN'S   HOME
DESTROYED BY  f"IRE
Executed   Murderer  Still   Lives.
Bristol. Va., Dec. 29.���According to
a report received from Greendale,
there is good authority for the statement that Noah Fulton, hanged at
A tin-.ton. December 13, for the murder of John Johnson, is still alive. Although pronounced dead, it is 'staed
Fulton's neck was not broken by the-
fall. When life was suppos-ad to be
extinct, the body was given to rei :-
tives who hurriedly left for their home
near Greendale. The man ha? s'nc >
been carefully nursed, according tothe
report, and is now in a fair way of
recovery. The matter is under investigation.
Fire Threatens Oil Town.
p'resno, bal., Dec. 29.���Fire origin...
ing In an oil stove threatene destruc
tion to the oil town of Coalings, ab mj
fifty miles from here, this morning.
JAP CflLONV TO GROW
BEETS IN ALBERTA
TAINTED MONEY REFUSED
BY TEMPERANCE WOMEN
T-w,  who has  been  taking  and engage only white   aborfor
ef'' "I.    I
r-1)
f.���,      "'    ���  ��'iio ims   heen   taking ran ��"��-��� , ,,     ,,,
p   :'- >-si,,g for n,e pas, four Cutm*.  although  the change        an.
V     M real, returned a few days heavier expense tor him.     ^ change
���!nd la visiting her sister  Mrs E has hardly been aatlsfactory, as Mr.
'  -"���  m  IVndrel,  s,.;;.H   Vam Kenny is now said  to be -,-
M'rb Trew graduated    with tof-***"* ** 'T, ! /Im-i c
PIIVl
tail,..  '�����  Montreal gen-   ��i"'"   ������  ������ .      ,   ..   ,,x.
FS,.*!ll
i\_.. '   ''""' "'" Montreal matern- ���������"��"*   hoinara
WA.Nome T��m  Loses. ;ln *X short time revert to
That women of the scarlet section
of this city are taking the warning of
the  civic   authorities    in earnest    Is
shown  by  the   fact  that  several    of
them have already left the city, while
, ten of them will he leaving to-day for
i points south of the line, tickets hav-'
i ing been bought for them on Saturday ,
i or yesterday.    A  few of the women
will remain In the city, but will move
I to other quarters   before Wednesday. |
', What shall be done with the   shacks |
which now line MeNeeley and Ramage
|streets has not yet been decided, but:
it is probable that they will be pulled |
down, as they are for the most, part
old and worthless.
Seattle. Dec. -H.���Fire yesterday destroyed the Washington children's
home. South Seattle. Two cnildrn
were burned to death Mild the matron
and a nurse were injured. The others
escaped, elaJ only in then night-
robes.
Mrs. Minnie Myers, the matron,
was seftOusly burned. In an attempt
to rescue the two children who were
burned to death.
Miss A. L. Hill, day nurse, was
slightly burned, and was bruised In
jumping from a second storey window.
the   old
A"Re|es
Fell
.     <" _Ta_~__]*��*�������- f��S
The Sunday school of the Holy
Trinity Episcopal church will hold itt
Christmas festival on Thursdey, Janu
ary
Where Is Richard Morgan 7
The local authorities have received
a letter from Watson Phillips, of Fel-
ton. Ackington, Northumberland. Eng
land, as follows: "I would like to
g*t the permanent address of Richard
Morgan who worked In the New Vancouver Coal Co.'s mines at Nanaimo
ln 1899. after which he went Into the
Klondyke with me. He worked for
Jack Miles, a resident of Nana'mo,
part of the time. I left In 1900 and
left him there, and have since b^een
ln South Africa. I would like to get
Into communication with him."
Tacoma. Dec. 29.���Directors of the
Tacoma Women's Christian Temperance Union have refused to accept the
gift offered by saloon owners of Tacoma of the White Shield home,
maintained by this organization. Mrs.
Margaret B. Piatt, state presi,|ent of
the ^. C. T. r.. has communicated
with the local women concerning the
matter, and she supports them in theeli
stand that it will not be wise to accept the money from the saloon men.
Saloon men take the action of the
women with giaai surprise. At ii
meeting held by the local saloon interests a short time before Christmas.
it was agreed that no gifts to customers in the form of Christmas botths
be given away, but that $10ti0 bo given
to four charitable institutions instead.
The Children's Industrial home, the
Academy of Visitation and the Wool-
sey children's homo each accepted &
$250 donation without any hesitation.
The saloon men have not decided
what will be done with the money returned by the w. C. T. U. as being
"tainted money."
The oriental merchants are ne��-
longer content with the coast,, but are
pushing inland and entering into new-
fields of industry. Mr. Nagataney
from the land of the Mikado, a recent
visitor to this city, is known U--
have applied to the C. P. R. Irrigation"
Colonization Co. at Calgary lor ne
, less than 50.000 acres of irrigable
land in that district. This it is proposed to utilize for the production of
sugar beets which have proved a decided success in that part of the Dominion. The press in the district affected draws attention to the fact
that this undertaking practically
means the formation of a large colony
of Japanese, the work being of a nature that white men cannot easily be
found to undertake, and warns ih<-
residents to take the matter Into
serious consideration.
LID GOES DOWN ON
GAMBLING   IN   DENVER
Denver, Dec, 25.���Mayor Sj��>er late
tonight issued an order that all public
gambling must cease Immediately and
the various resorts are now dark.
Mayor/Speer, in his letter, said he believed in Obeying the will of a majority of the people that public fenti-
ment UP to this time for months past
favored regulation of gambling.
The maj-or's order came close upon
the heels of a letter written by Governor Buchtel to all district attorneys
demanding that they take auch legal
steps as was necessary to stop gambling.
A few chances still remain in the
raffle for the hand painted satin cushion which is to be raffled at Mrs.
Birtch's stone on Tuesday evening.
Tickets are selling at twenty-five
cents, the proceeds to be devoted to a
charitable cause.
Pittsburg, Dec. 28.���The worst epidemic since 1889 Is being experienced
ln Pittsburg, thousands of persons are
prostrated by pneumonia, typhoid
fever and especially the grip.
Color War in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City, Dec. 29.���A special
from Henrietta, Okla., says that all is
quiet in that town today, but that the
people are in a state of alarm. The
few negroes living there have left. No
negroes near the town have been reported. Because of reported threats
by negiws armed guards were stationed about the place last night. Railroad
bridges nre Inspected before trains
cross, since several torpedoes have
been placed on the tracks. No troopa
have been called out, and it is not believed that they will te needed PAGE  TWO
TIIE DAILY XEWS
MONDAY
�����.
Condensed
Advertisements
TT J A X T E D,   IM MKDIATEU
a*      man and  wife,  board and  I ro
iinfurnishe I   r- oms   In  prlv :     h i ise
Tele hone B285.
WANTED���Man or woman wi h
horse and buggy to take orders
and deliver teas and coft'oes. Must be
a good hustler. A good proposition
so the right party. References required as to honesty. Apply in own
handwriting to R. E. C. Hooper, 536
Pen.ier btreet, Vancouver.
FOR SALE. BEST CORD-WOOD
at $r..oo a cord, delivered. T.
H. Foster, eOneral d, livery. Xew
Westminster.
171 TJRNISHED ROOMS POR RENT
-*��� suitable for light house-keeping.
Alex Speck, Columbia street.
FLAT   FOOT.
T^ Ol'ND, TWO WEEKS AGO. FISH
-*- Ing skiff on north arm. Name N.
W. ~,c-��� Apply at this offlce. ~
GtBL WANTED    IN     FAMILY   OF
,twn. Apply first house below convent, west side of Albert Crescent.
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDING
W school wants work with good family in return for room aad board,
Vp  Ij   Box 515, city.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
*J eral housework for month, or
washing clothes by the lay. Apply to
S. Matsumura, P. 0. Hox 296, city.
POSITION WANTED
���*��� ins housekeeper;
Apply at News office.
AS  WORK-
go"d    cook
J ARGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
-*-^ after January.lst. Corner ith
Ave. and 6th street. All conveniences.
w
/"ANTED���Girl  mornings  for bed- j
room  work.    Apply t'i Mrs. C. I
The   Proper  Way   tc  Treat  This
Common Affliction.
Flal fool :- a i tj common affliction, lt is also one which is frequently overlooked by physicians,
ejays the Medical Brief.
The patienl complains of pain it
the heel, the ankle, the inner border
of the foot, irreat toe, the muscles
of the calf, the knee or even th<"
hip. The busy practitioner notes
these symptoms in a hurried, eas-
ual way, attributes them to rheumatism, prescribes salicylates and what
not, and another flat footed individual plods his weary way.
Increased deformity is added to
what may have been merely foot
strain in the first place. A curable
case has become well nigh incurable,
and the medical profession is again
justly liable to well deserved censure.
Any factor which tends to diminish the muscular power of the
foot may cause flat foot. A great
increase in the weight borne by the
foot may cause it.
The increase in weight may be
actual, such as occurs in people
who put on a great deal of fat, or it
may be relative, such as occurs in
athletes, junipers especially. But
by far the tno.-t common cause is a
cramping of the foot, brought about
by improper shoes.
For treatment of this condition
mechanical support to the deformed foot is practically all that is nec-
essary. Tin's mechanical .-import is
besl afforded by means of the footplate made from highly tempered
steel and molded upon a plaster
casi 'if the foot.
The footplate should be worn as
long as it is required, but no longer.
Additional wearing of the plate1 beyond thc time necessary, as indicated by the symptom-:, is 3imply an
additional cause of harm. With the
footplate a shoe should be worn fitting tlie norm ill conl or of the foot
EVERY   BIRD
GUARANTEED
A   McKlllips.
NOTICE.
WANTED���BED    SITTING  ROO.M,1  
for single gentleman.   Reply by!
letter to  A.   C.    Dailv   News,   P.   O.      WE HEREBY N0TIFY ���B PUB-
Hox  693.                                                 "c that after ,his date aI! orders for
         wood will have to be areom: anied bv
TTTANTED-Y
T "     left   schoc
care  of  office.
News offlce.
-YOUNG   LADY,    JUST  CASH
hool   preferred,    to take
Apply    D.  C.  Dail
7
(Signed)     BELYEA  & CO.
LOUIS  WILLIAMS
WILBUR   SMITH.
December R, 1907.
YDUNG  JAPANESE BOY   WANT
-*-    situation  as  house  bov;   hones
S
honest
English and American Billiard Ta-
and intelligent; speaks good English, j bles, Bowling Alleys, etc. Nev. ani
Address G. NISHI, P. 0. Eo:< 411. second - hand tables and supplies In
New  Westminster. stock.
A NUMBER OF MRST
TTTANTED-
"t    cl..-, lal
>'������, near Small & Bucklin
rers.   Apply to Qulg   Phone A2698.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
P.  O. Box  1185
Bowling Alley.  Pender  St.,
 VANCOUVER
T\ R. HATHKRLY, Optician and doc-'     Agent   for   Messrs. Samuel   May  &
*-'     tor    of    Ophthalmolgy.      Cures   Co.,  Toronto.
Nervous  and Chronic  Headaches    by  ���	
.skillfully    prescribed     glasses., Westminster
'Parlors on  Sixth    St., Murchie ! -w- *; f .
block.  Xew Westminst" r. I   rclfl-STd"    V_0
HUNDREDS   TO   CHOOSE  FROM
ON
TODAY
Call and leave your orders or Telephone 1 01
R. MILES & CO.
'fflca 'Phonf 1K6 hwti ������-nun* \\\
ColumbU  *,
ml       r        j    u .  u ��� i     r��.       ..      Baesage delivered    promptly  to  ��nj
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water Fitters, Etc. pan ot the city.
Repairs of all kinds given special at-j I j^L* --J fl^W HaillilM
tention. Sewer connections made. i eWglU <U1U llCaVJ lldUlUl)
Moderate Charges. Phone   A 377 j OtJiefl���Tram Depot
Front St. New Westminster
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
ElUrci  blocw.   N����v  We��tmln��tpr.  B.Z
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
mrr_mtw2_%___i_____i
At KENNY'S Cafe
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
Tht
Trade Marks
Designs
.... -       Copvrichts Ac.
Anyni.0 nendtrijt a sketch and c.c��rrtp!l.-mn_a7
quickly ascertain our opinion freo whfitber an
Invention Is probably patentable. CotnmnnlOft.
tK.nsntriotlyf'inndeiitlnl. HANDBOOK on Patent*
sent free. Oldest ne'iicy for securing patenU*
Patent! tuiten through Munn &, Co. receive
rpeetalnotire, withoutclinn o, mths
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invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it i.s accessible when vou require  it.
BANKING HY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
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I Tiff RIGHT THING TO PO
T      if  you   have   unintentionally   overlooked  same friend at Christmas is
il
���      to remember them
ON NEW YEAR'S DAV
Though our Christmas  sales were heavy, our assortment is it���
practically   intact.     Come   and  see  us for that New Years gift
New Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
���i&Af��**\ -i
all v
i dicrs.
MUNN &Co.36'B-���New York
Branch Offlco. 635 F St., Wasbinute-U. D. C
���ft
8 U i-L-ET ! N
Great Northern Railway
HOLIDAY     RATES
3  TRAINS  3
To   Bellingham,  Everett  and  S-'a'tle,   Wash.
('los- connections all points Easl and So.1th.
Leave  9:20 a.m.,  12:10 a. ni., 4.35 p. m.
Holiday rates to following points on sale Dec. 21, 22, 2::,
24, and 25th, j:ec mber 28, 29, 30, 31, and January 1st;
final return limit, all lilloday tickets will be Jan. 3, 1908.
Teachers and Students: Upon presentation of proper
school vacation certificates, tickets will be void to teachers and s'.uden'.s at sr'liool and coll p.'j al same tare, sell
Ins' to (..'inform to closing date of same, return limit to
date-'   school   re-convenes.
Nelson.   B.   C,   and   return $28.60
Rossland, B. 0., and return... .$30.00
Grand Perks and return  $31.95
Midway, I!. C, and  return   $32,45
Phoenix, B.  <'., and  return $33.10
Fernie,  is.  C  and  return $39.30
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 134. NEW WE8TMIN-9TER,  B. C
\V. A. R088, Assistant General  Pass, Agt., Seattle. Wash.
*t L^_y_l!5!!g_\i^  '.'���'���-
THAT NJ YBUTS PRESENT
MAKE WH SELECTION AT
I Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
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Vancouver'* Leading Jewellers,
a  ���      GEO. E. TRORSV, Managing Director
t   Cor. Hastings and Giv,mile Sts. -        Vancouver
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ran NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS
We will give a discount of 20 per
cent, off regular prices on all goods
Sold for Cash in our Crockery and
Glassware stock.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
IDE ONE-HUM
WASHER
i   in ea ilr ""
rhe good bouse
3e 11  '
minute   Washer"
work  better,  faster and
any oilier.
.,vr "l"!
CALL  A
ND  INSPECT.
r. J.  TRAPP   & C0\
Limited
e      ' nDAY. DEC. 30,  19C7.
PROFESSIONAL.
uN  BOLE,  K. C,    HAH
aud Solicitor.    Chami*
B ������'..   ui'   Commi   ��� a
V\ stmim ter, B. C.
"^TnTTi.i.i-iit,   ITakkistkk. sT7
etc.,    42   Lorne  Street,
House, N'ew Westmin-
.   143.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Wail Service
PAGE THRRFJ
;.  &   EDMONDS, Barrl*
i solicitors, Blackie Blk ,
stre-i,   New    Westminstc
le, il. L. Edmonds.
I
Wl
.,{ ,p i'. HAMPTON BOLE, Solid-
e    ipreme court.   Offices
idiaii Bank of Commerce building,
\ et, opposite    Post Offlc.
Westminster.    Money to loan.
"uPl'IN    WEART  <v   McQUARRIE
. solicitors, etc. Offices,
ter, Trapp Blk. cornei
|     on and  Lorne  Btrets. Vancou-
rooms 21, 24. 4 4 r�� Granvlile street,
Ii Marl n, K. C��� J. W. Weart, w
���j 'j      ���    H   A.    Bourne,     Mr.
���   in    tha    Westminster
n -.\ Friday afternoon.
Dl     tched       C.P.I i    '���
i . .
Sep: Huntii
Millside No, 1, daily except Sundaj ; Sapperton No. i. dail i epl
Sunday. Ma I Reci Ive: al 6 ������, p.m.
Dispatchi !  by B, C. Eh Iwaj
Co.,  7   15 a    hi :
Vancouver   No.  1,  dailyexcept Sun
da i -.    Rei .- 'i m#'l ri in Ive I 9 a, m.
Dispatched by O.N.R. train, m: am.;
Cloverdale,    Nrcomekl, Port   KelH
Hazelmere,  Hall's   Prairie     Bon  Ae-!
cord, Blaine and  .Seattle  (all   points I
in   Washington   pud   south,    also  ail
points   In eastern   states),    daily ex-
cepl  Sunday.   Return malls received
at  3 30 p. iii.
I Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Monday!
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway.
10:30 a. m.:
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five
Use it in l! te Sunlight way.
Simply pure ::oap, without
harmful cSemicata, it saves
all the toi! common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow   directions.
cents a bar
BILLINGSGATE.
Markets   Stem   the   Natural   Abode  of
Strong Language.
The unpolished phraseology, na-
t       though   nol   peculiar  to  this
Lei  of London, lias given rise
to |      p .p. erbial  ip e of tlie name
i
eefcOROE & MARTIN, Harrlster auo
���  egoiicletor, Guichon  block, Colum
l gad Mi'Keuzie streets. New West
BBter, fl. C.
[MYERS GRAY, BarriXtor, Solicitor
Ind Notary Public, 1> practice since
..; ��� n'i '.v Westminster. Rfl. Of
ces removed to Curtis Block, Clark
,,:, .-��� eet, opposite Court House.
p.0 Boi 169,   Telephone 64.
HANSFOBD.    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
Columbia     and     McKenzie
leets. N'ew Westminster, B. C.
u
cr TRADE.    Mew  Westmin-
|tl ."
[ Trade    meets In th
1
. City Hall, as follows:
F-
lay of each month,
(,
e tings on the secoi
1
of     February,     May
'
'" ��� ���'���  al  v  p. m
'
etin a   on    the   eei i n :
ol     February,      n,.-.\
'
propose !      i |
���
moi thlj or qu rterly
!'   White, St.
SOCIETIES.
| amity  LOCGE,  NO. 27-
���':;.-    Of
11 j ife     ���
��� |   ��� e vei
��� ��� ��� :  ea cor
tend.    C.  S
Ct.;   ' V I)  Mi Donald
'   ath        ". S . Q   Q
Vancouver  No,   2;   Victoria,   No   1,
Centra!   Park,   daily   except   Simla;-'
Return mail received at 2 jj. m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 \i. ra.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday
Return mails received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12 00 noon:
Timberland, Tuesdays and Fridays
Return mails received Tuesdays and
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. -boat 1:30 p.m.
daily   (closes   daily at the   same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Westham     Island,     Port
Guichon,    Steveston,   Sunbury.    diilv
except Sunday.   Return malls receiv-
ed from 'j a.  a   to 11 a. ra.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mail on Wednes lays and
8 itui lays.
Vancouver, No, 3; Victoria, No, v
and Burnaby b.  ��� ���    ai   3:30 p
m.;   dal     ��� ���       t  Sund R
p ilie rei ���    ed ai 6 p  m
Burnaby lake, Return mail ��'
2 p. in.
DIspati bi i by G N. Fyler, I p   tn.:
Tu southern nl      dally   except
Sund  ���     Rei irn mail  11  ������. m.
tched by C.P.R,  train al   3: 15 p.
loei
I' ilgai 5   an I Vai       ret, No. 96 ; C
'.'. i:  ��� isl      com I. Return raal
at 1
Sapi erton,   No.  2;   Mlllsldi.   No, 2;
ri tm, dally i i 'epl Sun lay.    Re-
���   eived at l p. m.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trams Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
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Embodies the newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,    CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most'
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
syorld.     The   equipment   consists   of I
private   compartment   cars,   standard'
t6  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
car, reclining chair cars  (seats free), |
modern   day  coaches   and   buffet,   li-
brarjr and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information  call on  or write i
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL* AGENT,
">i0 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
Double Screened Nut
Westminster Iron Works
, -:\KK.M. MACH1NM AND  KJNUINK
WORK.
SHIP S.U1TH1NU. BKlJLKiifl and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WUKK.
Ornamental   Iron   Wont,   including   .
Fences, Gates, Fire bjscapos, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence !n
vlted.
JOHN RPiD,
j
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
Je. ogsgate. ���'One may term thi-
���the Esculine gate of London," says
cid Fuller. "Here one may hear
linguas jurgatrices." The seventeenth  century  references  to the
"rhetoric" or obscene language of
the market are frequent, and hence
foul language itseli ia called "billingsgate." In "Vanity Fair." too,
Thackeray t��'l!s up how Mr. Osborne
cursed Billingsgate with an empna-
kib worthy of the place.
It is curious how markets are the
natural abode of strong language.
Thus the French equivalent for
"Vou are no better than a Billingsgate fish fag'* is "Vour compliments j
are like those of the Place Man- I
bert," the Place Maubert being noted for its market.
In the good old days the Billingsgate porters seem to have thoroughly enjoyed themselves, for one Bang-
ford, writing in 1715, says: "This
being to my mind another ancient
Custom that hath been omitted of
late years. It seems that in former
times the porter- that plied at Billingsgate used civilly to entreat and
desire every man that passed that
way to salute a post that stood there
in a vacant place. If he refused to
do this, they forthwith laid hold of
| him and by main force bumped him
against the post. But if he quietly
submitted to kiss the same and paid
down sixpence they gave liini a j
mime and chose some one of the:
gang for his godfather. I believe ;
this was done in memory of some
old image that formerly Btood there, I
perhaps Feins or Belin."
The original porters of Billingsgate bi h nged to one of the oldest
labor guilds in the country, the Fellow ship -ii Porters, and ai one time
the parrying work both al Billingsgate and from the wharfs to tlie
warehouses of the city within a certain radiu- was entirely performed
by them.���London Globe.
New  Year's   Night
JANUARY 1, 1908
Williams' Original  Dixie Jubilee
Singers
Every one a star.
Male and female quartette presents
a selection of songs which vary from
gnand opera to negro plantation and
boat medolles.
This company appeared here last
season, scoring a triumphant success.
Now it is bigger and better than before.
Seats on ule today at Ryall's.
Prices $1, 75c, 50c and 25c.
OPERA��� HOUSE
f NAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES
���' M     j every Tin
Ievenin. m .  in  ,,,���  ,.-    ���
'" L      F.   J.    I.'.
:  ii. Scbofleld, Se e el  ���
ts-       ADVERTISE       TU
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If YOU Want a Situation.
NOTICE:
^b*:p*b^--x:yy:*-^$^2 jgs
(0.U, W -FRASER  LODGE No. 3
I-Mei ags the first and third Tuei
W In earh month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to atten,!
wfc room, A. O. V. W. hall. Odd
WHows block, Clarkson atrpet. C
'' recorder; Geo. Bacon,
[mauler workman,
'j_\h_^'__Wi'J_w___f__v rgntytygyiP1" ��� __ _________%
is what no  firm can afford to   give
if they expect to remain in business
New   Westminster   Land   District.
Distr.ct  cf   New   Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE that  Harriet  Ford
���" :....:. . I, li. (.'.. occupalion be I; .
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following dcscrl. ed lands:
Commencing at a post planted al
the southwest corner of lot 1G50 New
Westminster Land District', thence
north CO cliains more or less 10 th X
W. corner of said lot 1650, thence eas;
100 chains, tlience south to tbe shore,
tbence westerly along the Bhore, to
the point of commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per H. S. b'oid, agent.
Dated Dec. 3. 1907.
Unequalled Vaudeville
ALL WEEK OF DEC. 23rd.
Matinees, Wednesday ard
Saturday Evenings.
Two complete performances. First
performance commences at 7:30
prompt.    Second  performance at 9.00
t Change of programme Mondays and
Thursdays.    Doors open. Matinees at
; 2.30;  nights at 7.00.
MULLALY   SISTERS���Refine I     Sing
ers and dancers.
j C. S.   Coul=one���Blackface   comedian.
The Great Hermanns���Mugic and Hindoo mysteries.
Dunkan & Co.���Comedy Sketch.
That Other Quartette���Refined  vocalists.
Mei-tell   and   Clifford���Gymnasts  aud
acrobats,    assisted by  the  Worlds
only mind reading dog "SAXCHO."
Grace Huntington & Co.���A native (ef
the Dominion in a corned}   playli t.
Prices���50c, 35c, 25c, 15c, and 10c.
Xew programme and people week
of December 30th with an aeldition of
moving pictures ami illustrated songs.
K:h'1i succeeding week will s �� a Id-
ed Improvements.
Come at any time, stay aa long a3
you like. If suited till y mr fii nds;
if not tell us.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
NOTICE
OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
'15. SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
Re'i Id's,' Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of earh month,
I" K. of P Hall, cvdumbl.i St.. at
h- ni��� White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday    In   each nonth, same
I'':'       '  plfl  ���'.    Vis'thi? Brethren
.ited.   K. L, Webber prp-
Udeni h  Dlsn v. secretary.
i0_URT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
*eetj the Fourth Friday In the
?7'' "' ^e o'clock, In the snip';
F> Oddfellows' block. Visiting
are cordially Invited to at
if: Rushton, C. R.; F. P
But
we are busy
uttingoj
ICjJRT royal COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
I this i       ''"' "'"piImi- meetings ol
,'  ,.' Iiel i on the Socond
lays of each n th
i ��� In the Oddfellows' Hall.
\___7? ''"���"""" are cordialj in
if .:      op   e, C. Firth, 0. R.;
���-~-!L    ' i. so\
PERA^1   TEIVfLAR8   OF  TEM
M V    CE  "'  every VVednesdaj
H ,'. "''"" '<  p. ui., In  Oddfellows
llreihr, ,1"1""""-1    x"^'-      Visiting
. cinren are cordially Invited to at-
'  ""Sginan.   s. C;    \. K.
Kitchen ('hairs      60c up
DiningChairs $ 1.00 "
Dining Sets  16.00 "
Carpets
25c   per yard  up.
Kitchen Tables $1.75 up
Fall Leaf Tables  4.50 "
Oak Dining Table, 8 ft. ex.. 8.00 "
Rugs
All kinds at big reductions.
New   Westminster   Land   District
District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that C. W. Preston,
of Seattle, occupation Broker, intends
'to apply for permission to purchase
tiie following; d'scribed  binds.
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of lot 1020,
theuce west 20 chains to the east
boundary of T. I,. No, 33734, thenco
south 80 chnins. ihence east to shore'.
timce north along the shore to the
poini of commencement.
CHAS. W. PRESTON
Hated Dee, 14. 1907.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, JANUARY, 3rd,
Henry    B.   Harris,
Manager of "The Lion and the Mouse"
Company  announces
The Favorite American Actor
RALPH   STUART
-*-
The Great College Play ' ���*���*    j
STRONGHEART
(By   William   C.   De   Millet
"In all the world no show like this."
'Hie greatest theatrical achievement
of modern times.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Stoi-e
Prices $1.50, $1 00. 75c and 50c.
VOVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
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^C|0AT,^��!LAND BENEFIT A&
mijiff1' h0RD OF THE ISLES
Third T, 'TMe��t�� "" tho Flrsl !l11"
K,    . "���';'Stoy  of every  month  <i
Chief,  i   , 'I''11'     ���lul1"    McNiven
��� J. J- Forrester, Roc. Sec
-M    F"~R��yal  City   Lodge,   No.  3
������;''''��� "��� Oddfellows' Hall, Col-
''.'"""������ every Friday evening
0 o cloch
,..",;"1" welcome
be m��,i7'.'"'.   vlsi,ll'K brethren will
Special values in Linoleums & Oil Cloths
Choice Display
Of Wall Papers and Pictures. All that is newest and most
artistic in designs and color combinations for this season's
business.
WHOLESALE   VNO  RETAIL    Dh,ALER8 IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement. Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pot-
t.ry Vitrified Pipe. Drain Tile. Terr, Cotta, etc.: Clayburn Pre..��H
Mantel, and Fire Brick. Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Br.ck. Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Br ck   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
p., ���""'..nie.     Q.H,   Clow,  N.(i.
T(.|;irv ��� ' ���  >'���   recording sec-
'Mui 'RATERNAL SOCIETIES.
lo���i(1 '"' Union lx��dge, No, 9, A.
,\0 1? ' ���"������' Kins Solomon Lodge,
No. i,;,, K' UD(1 A. M.; L. 0. L���
0 ' ''  0. L��� No. 1598; Court!
���Mieti
on,
No  4688, 1. O. V.; C. O.
8roth��Tl     S,'sUlllnst<'r.    No.   DUO;
Nhb��? "f UwlR' N����t No. 29:
O.j-   ",b^ab Ijodge, Nc, 5, 1. O.
W. E. FALES,
The Home Furnisher.
We handle no Toys. New Westminster; B. C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
SranchM throughout Canada and New fcundland, and  in   London,  England,
N����w York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A U��fr
���ral Banking Bualnea* Transacted.
| tetter* of Credit iasued, arallable wltL correspondcota in all carta ot Um
World
Savings Bank Departmtnt Deposits received in eumn of $1 sal npwarda,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent pur annnm (pisssat nts) tA_**\
four time* a year.
Total Aaeeta oyer $168,000,000.00. \__________r^^^^^^
NSW WBSTMIN8TBR BRANCH.
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- ooke ind misn presentation Will no ' �� '������ wh''ii
it com��>.-- to ��� moment of
��� I weighing certa Ity, as agains
a rubber pollcj i - e\ an< see il as
is ei..- o , out i f
svhidi wonli ������ extrem ly pro lent
attical
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Dec
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C.A. McKlLLOP,
eil|.rr!M./.n      ���._       __ _   St
Stt ngheai I V iu do w 11 to i
mind me that I p.m'an Indian. Vou
bave taken from me the lands of my
lath-.ts i have th ��� same educath n a-
you. I live your laws anl yet you re-
fnse to call me brother la whai way
am I no; your equal '."
IVI
Wc  Are  Going   fo
Phone 310.
SUCCESSOR TO  R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
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For cut flowers, Douqueu or funeral designs telephone T Davies &
Sou, B. 208. �����
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at the|r
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
_\ ihi.-.-c.r,-.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Jotin 13.  Ru.sh-
their chance allowed the Liberal Candidate to be  elected   by  acclamation.	
The boasted strength was nothing ton as the owner jn fee Bimple, under
more than the nervous excitement pre- a lax sa]e deed from the mayor and
ceding    locomotor-ataxia.     The    Bor- J treasUrer of  the  City of  New  West-
 den reception at Ottawa furnished the minster, to John B. Rushton. bearing
A.  Paige Managing  Director   texl  for the gloriously pop, ful declar-. dale ajle L);th day of September, A. D.
   ation that the Capital City was swell- j 1902, of all and singular that certain
ing tlu; tide of public opinion in favor parcej or tract of Iand and premises
of the Conservative pany right in the situate, lying and being in the City of
heart of Canada. Yet. what do we Xew Westminster, in the Province of
fiii'r.' The Liberal candidate, Mr. Car- j British Columbia, more particularly J
on, elected by over three th usaud known and described as lot one of the:
^^^^^^^ majority.    The   breeze   was    against northeast half of lot 26, blocic 6.
We understand thai early    in    the  the rubber era:: In a supposedly Con-'
new year a by-law  will  be submitted   gervative   stronghold,     showing   that
INTO THE STORE. THIRD FROM THE CORNER OF Thf �����
TRUST BLOCK. BEFORE WE GO, WE MUST SELL OF
STOCK. AS A NEW STOCK HAS BEEN ORDERED.
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE HAS BEEN REDUCED
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith     Diamond   Merchant
Columbia St.,   Next  Tram  Office
MONDAY. Dice.
307.
LULU   ISLAND   LAND   SALE.
TURNBULL'S
bakery!
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^���������������������������������������m^
4th and Columbia S/s.
You  and each  of you arc  required
 0 ,    ��u��"ius   uiexi  ,,, contest the claim of the tax pur-
foritspur-   the Conservatives who had  vol   I tor hips, r within forty-flve days from the
ale of(Mr. Belcourl could nol yel trusi    th* date of this mUcBi otherwise I shall
15 acres of city property on Lulu 13-  nebulous    aggregation    now   'leading! w<H.t_..   t-u-   -   RUejiton   as  ownei
:p\ the City Council bavin,
pose the authorization of the sa^e of
I", acres of city property oa Lulu Inland.    The city retains five acres al
them through    the wilderness.    Now
*?��?<**' bridge for the bridge  how about Centre York
register   John   B,
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies.   Fresh
Pure Food
Supply Co
THE
CASH
STORE
thereof in  fee.    And   !  hereby direc
^^^^^__        ���v.-  ��������� ""vm v. cm re ion;, made vacant that publication of   this    notice   for
tender's residence ami for other pur-   bj the elevation of Its member to the  thirty day? in
poses.   The object of the sale is two-  senate, he being the only Liberal who .ished  at
fold, eue of which is the opening up   had   sat   for the   constituencj   In the
of t is section for manufacturing con-  memory of man.    The .sen ol th    late
oerns  to  be  established thereon;   but   Hon. Clarke Wallace wa- put up and I \ew Westminster, Province of Briti-h
the main reason, at this time, is to  every  possible means   tha    Ingenuity| Columbia, this ijS.fa
provide the necessary  funds to aug-  could invent was employed In the hope'
ment the small grant of $15,000 prom-  of recapturing the seat    as  a    gr at
ised   by   the  Provincial Government,   moral   lesson,    even    calling    In  the
for the bui] ling of a permani nl ste I   bones of the mighty dead to turn over
traffic  bridge  to  replace the  wooden   in  their sacred resting place t'i denj
structure now considered unsafe. The  a  plain statement, of historical fao.s,
intention of Uie council, as we under- and endeavoring to raise pn ludii - by them and all i>ersons c aiming any
stand it. is to subdivide it into five twisting and reading into these vtue-'" * ^^^m ^^^^^^^^^^^
acre blocks, and the sale must Le ments of fact that which was never .my unregistered Instrument, and all
by public auction at an upset price. written and could iu no sease be ap-l persons claiming any Interest In the
Before the final passing o:' the y- plied. The electorate of Centre York aaid fatnd by descent, whose title is
law, it must r..<ei,e the assent of ihe bad the good sense to see th ��� '. n,.- - gistered under tbe provision- of
electors, and for that r>aason  ive take   such tactics and returned the Li e  il   the "Land Reegistry Act," shall be fo
atter up, so that the Council candidate and tl "ill be the ran In ever estopped and debarred from se--
may frame the by-law in such a way the constituency whenevi r th< peo] I tin_r up any claim to or in resp c; of
p.-  in Insure its passing.    One of the get a chanep \t) endorse  tbe the - iid land  jo wld for
administration at Ottawa.   p-:< ,-,.��� ��� \  -.   vided by tbe
a daily news] aper pub-
New  Wi stminster will    be
good and sufficient service thereof.
Datid at the Land   Registry Office, ���'
rovince of Briti-1
^^^^^^^^^^^^    day I Dec mbe:
A.D.  1907.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Reegistrai".
To Thomas Mo watt,,  Esq.
All persons served with tbis notice
and those claiming through or under
tbem   and   all   persons   calming  pay-
interest In r.he spid land by virtue of
I taffy. G. B. chocolate
t  j ^_���
Bread 5c per loaf.
To fhe Citizens of New Westminster
We still have some
client Xmas cakes left.
ex-
v
:
,     W" "aw openwf ��� >e��  grocery store in the Bu
try to mak e prici <   0 thai  ie   wfl] , ..
and up   .  I   ���
Not from
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap labof question
���     itOCl
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NO OLD GOODS
:���".'. ; rl( e ��� foi tbis week will be:
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Choice  Hams   	
Selocted  Eastern   Eggs,  3 dozen   for   	
Half gallon tins Canadian   Rock  Maple   Syrup
Fnest   Singapore   Pineapple   	
Box  Magic  Baking  Powder       	
e3c per lb. [
$1.00'
:
i
conditions of  the  GovernmenT/grant
ia tbpr in tfcs event of the bridge b -
Ing used :    steam or electric railway,
u toll, rental or lump-sum be enacte 1
from the individual or company traversing the bridge, and that one sixth
of such sums shall be paid into the
i/rovlnclal    ueasury.    In  addition  to
t.i:-  the  railway  or  mill    companies
must  contribute  the    difference    between the cost of an ordinary vehicular traffic bridge and that necessary
to  carry  the  h( avier  railroad  traffic.
and  also bear  a stated share of the
osl   of  repair  maintenance.    At. the'
""ery  moderate upset  price proposed.!
no promise, stated or implied, should j
be  made,  which  would  in  any sense;
bind the Corporation    to    bu'ld    the
bridge,   either  of  steel  or  an.v other [
material, or to keep a bridge of anyi
kind open forever.    There is a false
Impression abroad that in the origiaa.1
agreement  with tlie    syndicate    who
dyked the lands and built the bridge,
there   was  a proviso that  after    tbe'
time  limit  of  the  contractors  guar-l
anfcee  ha4  expired,  then the corporation  was required  to keep a traffic
bridge connecting Lulu Island and the
Mainland forever.   Xo such agreement
was  made  and   we  bold  that  in the
evenl of the sale not realising sufficient,  coupled  with   the    Government
grant, to construct  the    bridge,    the
genei   I   revenue should not  be  mad*
to bear the difference, neither should
the City's debt be Increased to meet
it.   While we would like to see manu-
factorli    ' -0 dished on the island and
would not care  to  hamper  them   yel
we  would like to see the by-law so
worded as to protect the City against
a oompulsory expenditure beyond it
mean .    One benefit  that  will accru
to the Cltj  if this land  is sold is the
revenue  producing status   ll   will  attain,   becoming  as   it    will    taxable,
whereas now It, is of no benefit to the
City's general revenue,
tax^ a> pro-
Land Registry Act.'
Eise
Just   have your garments,
with the Union   Label
attached,  made !>y    :    :
J. N. AITCHISON!
Columbia St.        New Westminster j ���
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j Pure food Supply Co.
Burr Block.
THE CASH STORE.
Columbia Street]
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Only Two Dav^  More
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THE   POLITICAL   TIDE.
With banners, dieting aud coquets,
1 lie opposition took courage over i'he
Colchester, N. S. election, but "ie-v ISK?
are as dumb as an oyster; as silent CQ
ai the grave, over tli3 tread of public ilK
sentiment In the bye-elections of La- \_WS
belle, Ottawa and Centre York. One I CO
would have thought that under the v
shadow of that Morden triumphal
(our, when all Canada nude its obeisance to the "Rubber Platform",
when the party shook Its dry bones,
stood up, swelled its chest and smell-
ed victory and power, tliat in Labelle
they would have at least put up a semblance of a fight. Henri Bouraesa.
the strong ally of the Borden touow-
ing, would have counted for much in
a contest, but the    hopelessness   of
I
19
We wish to announce that
reat Shoe Sale
which has been so successfully carried on for the
past three weeks will be continued
Until  the New Year
This means only two days more to take advantage of the great bargains on Shoes. No matter what shoe you ask for, you can expect a discount of from 10 to 35 per cent, of the regular price
Remember, on Tuesday evening next the curtain drops--the big sale ends-after which prices
must be different.
Keep your eyes on us for the next two days.
JOHNSTON'S
Big  Shoe  House,   Limited
IRON BEDS
A shipment of double and
single Iron Beds just in
Get our prices
ALEX. SPECK
y.
CHOICE
BEEF
Fresh Perk Sausages D
Best of I
n...r s
Pork
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
m
Pacific Mi Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props
'/���'/ft'$k <
V
Phone
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F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*   from   Ceo. Adams,  Groeart
Ladles'Gold Watches  from 112.75 up.
Gfintlemen'H   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.60 up.
Apient for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to tho Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chaius, Rings, ,Iewnlry. etc., etc.
Watch 'repairing; tharges reasonable.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
:i m
Importers, Manufacturer!, a
ers In Ladies' and dents'
.  FINE HAIR Gl'ODS
Toopos, Wigs. Transform-itioas.
ePompadouw eind  switches'
BloachinK
    and I
Marcel Wave, BloacWnB   *     J^
Ing.   Manicure and Massn^.
and Scalp Tn'alir.'nl
436 Granville St.
Vancouver
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEI jDAy. DEC   30. 1907.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE FIVE
T. H.  SMITH
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Holiday Gift Goods
Get Clearing Prices
CITY NEWS
j	
Start now and em your   meals   at
Kenny's.
**
SPLENDID inducements to procure an additional gift or two.
Perhaps you have inadvertently overlooked somebody in the rush.
Here's your opportunity, to make
good, at a saving too, in outlay.
Gent's  H.
S.   Linen
Handkerchiefs,  in  fancy    boxes;     regular    $2.50
Gent's   H.
S.   Linen
Handkerchiefs,   in   fancy   boxes:     regular     $3.75
C     oen's
Initial   H
S.   Silk   Handkerchiefs; regular 35c for .... 20c.
Swiss   Em
broidered
Lawn   Handkerchiefs;  regular 25c for 6 for $1.00
Only yap. inebriate #-- ftWested oil
Saturday evening, being released soui?
! time later ou $20 bail.
|
A ladit-s' quartette and a male quartette travel  with thf    Dixie    Jubilee
singers New Years night. *,
The annual exchange; of pulpits by I
the pastors will take place on the second Sunday of the Xew Year, Januarv !
12. , I
Do you want a new cottaege on a
large lot, below market value? Wa
can suit you for$H)00, only $4uU cash
and balance easy. Abbott <t Hyde,
next Guichon Hotel.
Pi'jf. liurwash left Saturday for Vic-1
torn, where he gives a lecture.   After,
the lecture he will    go    to Departure
Hay to work In the biological stal ion
���luring the college holidays.
I
Big Discount Off Prices
Of All Fancy Linens
���: and   $15.00  Sable  Ruffs,  go  at $14.00  and $10.00
GOOD FURS TO GO  AT A  FRACTION  OF THEIR VALUE
$7.50  and  $5.00   Mink  Marmots  Stoles, go now at $3.75 and $4.50
$10.00 and  $8.50 White Thibet Boas go  now at   . .     .   $7.50 and $5.00
72   in.    Foxaline    and    Ru:jian   Hare Throws:   regular $5.00 and $3.50
8  -  d-id  Lace Blouses, at      $2.75
($6.00 and $4.50 Ones.)
But we must have the tables for other goods. So the price cutting process has been applied to make the more speedy clearance possible.
20 dczen Cashmere and Luster Waists,   mostly   cream,    black,    navy,
and cardinal;   worth up to $4.00. all  selling at $2.25.
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The Cash Stores
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THE HOUSE pF QUALITY j
Brown Hats
The Latest Designs from New York
If ll. c. Cigars are good enough tor
Christmas they are good always.   **.
For original fun and th< tgh amus-
ment, hear the Jubilee singers January i. ��
Principal Sawyer, of the new Bap-
' ��� ollege at Summi rland, in the
Okanagan region, will be here Wednes lay tn address an audience at the
Baptist church relative to tiie work of
thi   school.
The In< r���i d s ill s on the "is. C."
and "Old Sport" cigars In 190" over
1906 are over 200,000, **
The Installation of the machinery ir
' tbe new government dredge is proceeding apace. The vessel is being
constructed by th I'olson Iron Works
Co.,  of Toronto,  two   of the    repre-
ntatives of which are superintending the woi
If you Eire .< h��arty eater, s >e Iv n-
ny about it.    l i.- can sal sfj   you for
2 bits. **
The young tnen of th'- Olivet Baptist church will entertain at a watch
meeting in the church tecture r.om
on N'ew Years Eve. The evening will
: e .spent partly in a social time and
partlj in devotional exercisi .-. Re*
freshments will be served.
We are agents for the I. II. C. gas<>-
llne ' ngines, These engines are giving universal satisfaction. Abbott &
Hyde, next (liiirbon hotel. *
All the Christian Endeavorers societies of the city will meet at the
Queen's avenue Methodist ehureh this
evening tor a rally. Rev. .Milliken, of
the Wesley church, Vancouver, anil
Rev. .1. S. Henderson, of this city,
will  both  speak.
All kinds of pot-plants and cut
flowers at Tidy's.   Phone A 1st.      **
I'nion meetings of all the denominations held during the week of prayer
the lirst. week in the year last winter
���having been so poorly attended, the
Ministerial association lias decided
that each ehureh will observe the
week separately.
Olad you enjoyed .vour Xtnas dinner
al Kenny's. Just as good all year
round.
A record for poultry exhibits will b'
>.'.sta Wished at the Dominion fair to
be held in Calgary next year, a St.
J'aul man having notified Manager
Rfohardseri of his intention of sending over three hundred different exhibits. A private letter received in
this city trom Richardson states that
applications for space in the buildings
are coming in apace, over thirty industrial exhibits having already been
secured.
On Tuesday night, New Year's Eve,
a watchnight service will be held in
the Queen's avenue Methodist church.
Bpecial interest attaches to the service this year, it being the 1 i-centen-
nary of the birth of Charles Wesley,
the poet of Methodism and the composer of a large number of the hymns
used by that church. "The Life of
Charles Wesley" will be the ��ubject
of an address by tip- pastor, Rev. W.
tt. Barraclough.
Best H.jc meal in the city at Kenny's
a L'l meal ticket for $4. **
At an enjoyable Christmas party
given last week by Mrs. J. E. Insley.
of the Colonial hotel, card games f or
prizes were indulged in by the guests,
the winners being Mr. and Mrs
Rodgers, Dr. Bybee an l Mr. Eaton.
After the prizes had been awarded a
dainty supper was served, following
which dancing was indulged in until
well into the morning. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. H. McKenzie, Mr. eScott (Vancouver). Miss Mc-
Donald (Vancouver,!, J. Baker, Mr. and
Mrs. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers, S.
Jackman. Joseph Hatter. C. Stein, Mr.
and Mrs. McLaghlin, Dr, Bybe��, B. W.
Shiles, B. Eaton and several others.
TO RENT. Xew 6 room house���
Modern���On car line ��� $22.50. 6
room cottage���Furnished���Close to !
car���$!.-..."pi. N'ew two storey house���
T rooms���Close to car���Sappertcn���\
$20. N'ew two storey house���(i rooms���
Close to car���Sapperton���$20.00. .V w
2 storey house���7 rooms���Clcse to car
$22.50. Small house in West End on
car line���$6.00. Rooms suitable for
two men���$3.00. 2 furnished rooms
In private bouse���Fine location���Inquire at, White, Shiles & Co. 260 Columbia stnet.    Phone 85. **
^������^���������������������������������** ���>*������������������������������������������<������*.�� ���>���*���������
The
Aftermath
We have a few novelties left from tbe Xmas trade which we put
on the maxket at HALF PRICE, and some even .better than that.
We are reducing our entire 3tock and offer you  prices that, will
make it worth your while to buy now.
Two-piece bedroom suite for $14.00
Regular $17.00 and other lines at. great reductions.
Kitchen Chairs 55c each up.   Diners 70c each, regular 8��c.   Other
90c, $1.00 and $1.25; regular price, $1.10, $1.2.' and $1.50.
Blankets. Comforts and Bedsteads���A great line at small prices.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73 COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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TURKEYS, GEESE and
DUCKS
j Public Supply Stores
j Geo. Adams, Proprietor
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DIXIE   JUBILEE   SINGERS
STILL  ORIGINAL  COMPANY
Changes are not sought after In
the Williams- Original Dixie Jnbil e
singers. For several seasons past the
tour of this company throughout
America and Canada has been eso successful that the management has not
felt it advisable to make any changes.
and consequently the same aggregation that appeared here early this
year will again be seen on the opera
house stage on Wednesday of this
week. The personel of the troupe includes G. L. Johnson, C- P. Willi 'm--,
J. H. Johnson, J. S. Crabbe, Madame
VirgThia Greene. Madame C. *K. W.l-
liams. Madame Pearl H. Pitts.
Madame Battle Hobbs and several
others equally well remembered
local theatre patrons.
\ stiff HATS in the Bwell shai e
'. TELESCOPE HATS for the young   map
ie -.'  in town.
Come  and   inspect  them.
gh   crown,    with wide
ulin   u tnl i   lhi
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIER. t
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The recently formed Intermediate
basketball league of Vancouver ami power np.
vicinitj will have New Westminster
represented on il by a team trom the
militia and probably one from the Columbian college.. The militia team
entera with i mg hopes of capturing
the c i-i, h i' Ing l eaten the crack Van
eoui i ��� learn, the V, A. C.'s.
Williams'    Original    Dixie    Jubii -
singers will be here ou Wednesday. *
Power on the Farm
We are agents for the I.  IT. C. Gas
and Gasoline Engines, from two horse
ABBOTT  &   HYDE
New  Westminster.
AS RUSH
FOR SALE
FRESH fish
Fresh TOM   CODO
Fresh WHITINGS
Fresh HERRINGS
Fresh LEN   COD
Fresh HALIBUT
Fresh SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
SMOKED fish
Smoked   SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
sm��ked   KIPPERS
Smoked  BLOATERS
Smoked  COD
I CITY PISH CO.
Telephone 40.  *'
PRINTING
Hava vour printing done in
,������������ by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLOCK
Ihe Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Labor Contractors
Japanese
New Westminster
Box 646
branch P. O.
A. K. Green, construction engineer
(or the O. T. P. Kaiiway company, will
arrive In the city today tor th i purpose of signing on thirty axmen wh >
havfe been hired tor work In connection with the clearing of the townsite
of Prince Rupert. The men engaged!
will have to pay their own passage to
the site of the future metropolis.
a recognized Standard A self Helling  ai tide-The U. (.'.  Cigars.
Chong Lee, long since known to the
police as a frequenter of the restricted
district, is again In the toils, having
attempted to 'batter down the d<x>r of
one of the houses on Saturday evening.   Chong managed    to    elude    the
police for some time after his deter* l
mined attempt th,' enter the residence,
of a while woman was frustrated, but,
wis finally discovered hiding In th?|
uppSf rooms of an unfinished hullding1
on Mclnnes street.   The police nuigls-
trate   will   deal   with the case   this
morning.
(Everyone a star in the Dixie singers
company. Miss this entertainment,
then reegrtt It. Here W'.'diK'sday
nlgul. ���    '.    t*^   ������ % '
is over���no doubt you are thank
ful.    So are  we  to    you    for  your
liberal patronage during the   year I
ami   particularly   during the pas:
few weeks. Our trade his hi en
most gratifying tor the year li'o;.
We take this opportunity to   ex-
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co-operation during the  past and ���!'�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
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hope  to  he    mutual    friends    for
years lo come. Wishing you a happy  N'ew  Year.
I THE NEW DRUG STORE
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Has just received a consignment
of goods suitable for New
Year's Gifts        : : :
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Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store; ij
MacKenzie
Druggist
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Phone 66.
P.O. Box 217  h
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge |
of the Optical Departmont."
Dominion Trust Block.
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PAGE SIX
Too Much Exercise.
Hop i.i had bought a cheap but "war
ranted" clock. At tbe end of a wee,,
he returned to the shop from which he
had procured his timepi-jee, with no
expression on his face, but with evident bewilderment of mind.
"She t:,. click, clack, click, clack! all
light, in-e day." be announced to the
young woman who n-aited on him. "I
wind all liprht. samee you say. Nex'
two day she kh click, click   clack click.'
click! -.lack:
"I slake her up���80!���down���Bol���
lound���so! no good. Sbe stop click-
stop clack���only K" when I slake.
"1 say give me one less slake, more
click, .-lack:"���youth's Companion.
THL DAILY NEWS.
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Preparatory  Treatment.
They told the youngster to soak his
feet in a tub of salt water lf be wanted
to toughen them. He soaked his
hands, too, with Rood results. One
morning bis father said he would whip
him on returning at noon. At noon
the father returnewl aud found the
youngster sitting in a tub of water.
"What are you doing that for?" he
demanded.
"Because.'' replied tbe youngster,
"you said you were going to give me a
licking.' ���Judge's Library.
The  Bishop's  Story.
Bishop Sanford Olmsted of Colorado.
at a dinner In Denver, said apropos of
Sabbath breaking:
"I was talking to an eastern clergyman the other day about his church attendance.
" I suppose.' I said, 'that in your
district rain affects the attendance considerably.'
"He smiled faintly.   'Indeed, yes,' he
said.    'I  hardly  bave  a  vacant  seat
when It ls too wet for golf or motor-.
lng.'"        	
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders will be received hy the undersigned for the labor In maklhg addition to the Market Building on
Front streel materials to be supplied
by tBe corj oration.
Tenders pre also invited for supply of 120 squares fmore or lees) of
corrugated galvanized iron. 26 .guage.
to corres ond ���'.':. material on pre-
�� ni I uilding.
Plans and specifications can he seen
��� . office.   Tenders will be received
up to o p. m. of Monday, the 30th inst.
��� b,v. es) ��� i tendi r n t n- ces-
'������!.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Gin   Cle
Cit;   Hi '���   : ���     27. mo;.
"I McQUARRIE
OreSSing    GoWnS  I  Real Estate Brokers  Insurance  Agents
and I
House Jackets
financial A
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Hione 333 FR0|\ i
Sents
ST.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, ��1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   . $ 6.00
Reduced to 4.80
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   ���   11,00
Reduced to 8.80
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   ��� 12.50
Reduced to 10.00
Long Dressing Gowns, regular price   -   15.00
Reduced to 12.00
House Coats, regular price
House Coats, regular price
House Coats, regular price
Reduced to
Reduced to
Reduced to
4.00
2.00
7.00
5.60
9.00
7.00
FOR SALE
We have che ce upland prairie hay
and timcthy hay. also oats, wheat and
feed to offer in car lets.. D:
prices given  on request.
Now is the time
to select a New
Year's gift at
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16
it;, 17. IS, 19, 20, 28, 66, 71. 72, 73, 74
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block 14. Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
C  room  house on Hamilton  street,
all   modern   improvements-    One   lot
from car line; lot udxl32- Price $1400.
. |600   cash, balance   in   monthly   payments-
S room house, all modern Improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapj irton. Price $27C0. $1000 cash,
balance on time.
2,iv acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 28 bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 6-
room house and barn and large chick-
j en house for about 1!50 chickens:
good well; near to school and tram;
all fenced- Pric* $3500 . Terms $1600
eash, $loiMi ip April and $looo April
following, or $3400 cash.
1  Lot 66x*32 ft., S. y_ of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner <>f Fourth avenue and
j Thirteenth street  88x132 only $800, a
splendid Investment
Lol 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to biidge, Carnarvon
- iti ��������� ���; ;   price  }vbO.
160 acres less right of way aboul   8
acn s  for   railway;   25   acres   stumped
15 acres rough]}  cleared   md  fenci I.
1  1-2 story house 18x28, leap too 14x28
and  loan   too  16x22;   barn 30x32 and,
le eti   i" '  32x3 I;   granary   10x16;   two
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon
'e,   small milk bouse, small
ird, all kinds of fi lit, 65 bearing j Cash $2,000
��� ti nal iral i , i lng well. I
;.. balani e ea
-i al 7 ;��� i e< nl
ed   ot on Third  strei I
tween  R< : Qui i ns a .��� nui   e i I
touse;  $1400.
100 acres, less 3'^ for new railway,
Township 4, Sec ll: all bottom land,
under grass, suitable tor dairy farm;
40 acres under-drained, ditched All
rouad anel fenced around and through
centre; 5 room bouse; barn (0x76,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stork. Price $8000; l, tins one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser, One mile
from station on new car line.
F"l] '"'       ot on in, �� v
��  B   '.
$400;   hall NlhSt. J
4  Lots
I'M
I"'1) M,,"I.    $1200
4th
Lol 23, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson bouse, Carnarvon FtVeet; full size $1600.
160  ACRE8  about   two  miles   from
Aldergrove station, llu acres cleared
anl partly fenced, good houw, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
casb, balance to be arranged
1% ACHES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lol 8; south side of the river, near
bridge.     $300;   half   cash.
2 LOTS. 133x133. N-W. corner of
I Oth Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half casb.
2 lots on 8th St. between 5th and
Sth Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. P and 13. Price $1000 for
both, half cash,  balance easy.
2  HOI'S!..--
Sapperton
���hed ami
���hed.   $1000 each
ance easy.
7
cash
0a ' K Kearv
*>*J
���">
',  ; "m,s a��" bid*,
4 r00^ kitchen ij
""'-���third
68  ACR] g
month., one-uj
. E.  * Beet. 5.    $75 per
cash, one-it,,, .
months.
ETA'S    :���   J
i_W*SZ   "-:^pi
and   Prune r.
roomed   boU "V
Utcben and thre,  bedroom,; .Jj
ed; conserve ,.,  ���*��
heaf'    * I ell; 8U1 ,   3
bearing fruit   trees; CoM|dJ
15
stock ready to .���
;>    at'Tf"-:   to,
H
Block, corner of tak
land W lllli SI. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
acres clean i       bt timber "oi.!
ma ning a. . .      ,
from school.   Price $3oco:    ���' 3
bal. lu 6 months a
1    Lol    gjj
$800  cash.
e.r
miles  from cltv.
1C0 acres,
$10 per acre
Two lots on  18th street, between   Ttb and   Sth  avenues.
';  L0T8'    '������ '   * '     -z^aJ
cleared, uppei     |,
twet n 1st and 2nd �� ,:j
each. ���
2   buiises   corner   or     Merrivnl     an 1
\gnes;  full o/.-.l lot;    cltj   bloi
loi   11;    one bouse renl    foi   $25, thi
other $10;   tlush  elo -.- tabn
nected    with    sewers,      Price $3,500.  J('in'.
balance In 6,  '.:: an I IS
nonthi   ������',-',.
1  LOTS
Bth A \ ��� 11 .   .
37 & 3    ���
���'our, or $300 each
:"0Cf.rt
:|
Dou ..;|
an . ..'., - jun
? n i
11.
$11
iacb.
livery
D. C. HOFFMAN,
Gram   and   Provisions.
CALGARY
Special Prices L
PHILLIP'S
TIlP  Wai-rlfrtk���  _PI-.lL- 1
The Wardrobe Clothie
I
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., ,rd
ST. AND PINE ST; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OP ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICK $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN C, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
Lota   14   and   16  ol   I of 6     i '
fcleare i.i   Trice $500; tor thi two i
cash, balance 6 months ,r. 7 per cenl
Lol 11 on Sbi ;        Ic streel
3, cleare !.    Price $275;   1-L' ca  o
ance, 6 months at 7 pei   ��� nt.
Six lots, 60s 150, oul
$60 each   lot.     Ful
enquiry.
-FOR-
i
This WeekTheCanadia^5l^fCommerce
K_________���  r��   ��� i *v      ...
 Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.
Pineapples, 3 tins for 25c' B E walker,
Selected    Eastern   "
30c per doz.
Eggs,
Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
President. ALEX.   LAIRD
General   Manager.
White Star Baking Powder, 15c per tin.
C- B.   Marmalade,   2 lb.
tins 25c.
Salmon, 5c  per tin.
Blue Ribbon Tea, 35c lb.
Jelly Powders, 3
for 25c
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued nt the following rates:
$.7 and under ,	
Over $5 and nol exceeding $l'i	
Over $10 and nol exceeding $30	
Over $30 an I opt i ki eedlng $50	
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at.
Chartered   Hank   (Yukon   excepted), am
he United States.
   3 cent.-,
   (i cents
 16 cents
 15 cents
my oiiice    in   Canada  ot a
ii ihe principal banking points in
House and cottage on Columbia st,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12.;
$5,000, easy terms.
27Vi acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comeucing to bear;
new house, iy_ storey, 5 rooms;    hen
( houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
I Water from nearby spring. Halance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700;      $2.")00 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This  property Is only y_ mile from
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick- '
ens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
HOUSE and  LOT
Centrally locate i In a i ommman ling
situation;   Third   avi u ie,  al   toot   oi
Fifth sireet.   Two and one half -
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)
All  modern conveniences;    bol   and
cold   water,   bath,   Hush   closet,   lava
! tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;    lol
| 86x132, with lane in rear;   part of lot
set out with fruit trees,    Price $2,750.
$l,50f) cash,  balance arrange.
i
160 acres on the Scott road. 15 acre�� I
cleared;   barn   50 x 80;   stables', etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000!
cash, balance easy.
10 Bi
of Ti   2
__M
1 <_  stun-;,   bOU '   '������
(Pin r   .!   ( a i
with clove:
Ope    mile    ':
$\200;.   ten
��� '    at 7
Westerly i,
I ;_>.; 12 coi in
houses ���   '
$5,000, ball
months.
160 s i;   J4 of
10 aares.partl. ,,acn
running thro ij . j
north  of  v,.    ������ ...:|
mill and P.O. at thi 'i
ber worth $7 pe ll
l  miles    from    Porl .: :���      Prl"
$2,100; terms �� , balancei
ranged.
Large lot an ! ".we ,������ ,.-.- : bi
lumbia street, Bapperton, B tl re��B|
at $10 each.
One and one-half sl   bj ' mil
full  Blze lot,  Bituati i nortii side ol
Royal avenue an i corner u'. .\IcK;oii!|
street;   9 rooms;   bath room, bol
cold   water, closet;   woodshed; vounfl
bearlg   fruit trees;   streets on
7 lots Nos. Sl to 86 and BB, fl5 faces I ,lde8:   flne  vIew-    i,r!(* '1'800 m
caeh.
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commnr
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
on Kth avenue,  next to Gunns ranch
I lots cleared without a stump; small
house,   chicken     house,
chickens;  horse  and  rig
F
packages
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
Negotiable at a fixed  rate at
THE CANADIAN   BANK  OF  COMMERCE, LONDON, ENO.
form an excellent  method of remitting  small  sums  of money
safety  and   at   sipail  cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
with
11.
R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
1-2
CSS,
ner oi
Koyal
aide
acres,   more  or
in    block,    cor-
t llth Street and
avenue,   invalu-
br industrial site,
$4,500.    One half cash,
arranged.
  j  balance to be ;
'Phone 276      255 Front St
Orders carefully  made up |
and delivered  expeditiously.
tfOOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
cf New Westminster and district
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon*  Cigar  Divan
ur Ad rertise the town  we live in  1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards to jo>v
friends.
Dainty Collars, Belts,
Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Etc.
Suitable for New Year's Gifts
at
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
���*<i..j t-
Subdivision of lot in, block 6, oom-
prlsing some of the  finest, residential
site?, in  tbe city  for sale exclusively
hy us,   This magnificent property Is
situated on the cottiers of Fourth avenue,    First    streel    (facing    Queen's
park-   and   Emory  slreet,   comprising
In al) ten U.')xl20 foot lots  facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner  lot   facing  Fourth    avenue    anl
First street, held at $1000); two lotB
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per   lot;   four  lots,   a2   1-2x86,   $450;
five Iota, $400.    Call at our office on
Fnrot street and Inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,060.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,, face on 16tb
ati eet aad 8th avenue; 2 corner lot*
1250; 4 ijurfde lots $200 each. Price
MM. eash.   m_t* Mt at om!.
Lots in, it and 20 or n 0f 8. Pric<
JWO for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash
l,:,,:""" (; months al 7 per cent.
'���''"'' "Ized lot on Royal avenu. b,
"''""' '���'"'"�����1> and Merriyale; all cJ< li
""  $1,200, $800 casb
ft.A"?age "" Vancouver road, cornei
"   ��l,leJ road,   $225 pe,- acre.   Acn
il��'  !�� selling fast at thl* price,
Xl' 308.   B-roomed House,  with  hath
''"""i. etc.;  Agnes St.    $2,500;   u
_<���'"''. balance .'land .; m0B. at 7 %.
No. 306.-9.roomed house, with hath
room, comer of Bth and Agnes SI
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
8 and fi mon I lis nt 7 %.
No.   310.-9-roon.cd   House   and   hath
room, Agnes  St.   $3,000;   y_   cash,
t ,,alan<:e 8 and 6 months at 7 <;>,..
, No.   312.-8-roomed   House   and   bath I
room, Agnes  St.      Prlee $2,500;   u
cash, balance 3 ami fi mo8. at 7 % '
160 acres,  Westminster district' 4C
acres under cultivation,  10 acres or
aura,   %  acre   strawberries   planted
tils year; aider bottom land; running
���prioif; house 18 x 22; frame barn 80
*_ 82,   H-post   frame house  and  co*
���tables, three in all, stable 8 cow. and
8 span horseH;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches
Lot facing 2nd St., between Q'Jeeo'j
IV.".    choice j and 3rd Ave., second lot from Qu����f
$1500 cash   Ave.;    68x122 feet; all cleared; Ian
alonpBlde  ,'in I Price   !'
half cash, halance easj  Bl 1
150 acres Im; roved    - :;!
and sheds complete, tiep Cl ���
all under culth ition, $15,000. If J*
Can   handle   thl 'A't%
' ���  ��� tin; terms cai
les si
tM For  the  above  '-���
special pri.ee ffu .    eoneP��i
chaser.
House  80x42,  Ith    SI, be       I
and r,th Ave ;    2 siipp'e and I ii',|l|,iej
bedrooms    upstairs,    and batl ri'l,n|
down stairs; parlor, dining room,
chen nnd pantry.   Full .li*<! ll!
nlnp hack to Ash St.   Price $3,e0C:j
$1,500 eas*, balance al $' *'
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots 00 Fifth aveno*
north side between First and S<��'��
streets, No. 6, C and 7.   Price W I
. kil-
pin-
vear I
lino-
each or $1100 for Uie three.
Full sized lot, north side of
llton street between Sixth and BIJJ
streets; $226.
28  acres on    Mara
���160 an acre   FOR   A
ONLY.   One-quarter cash
and 2 years at 7 %
road- Bun
PEW
balance
aby.
DAYS
1
������um     ,           near    at    hand;i       '- ���
u7S__H_^_' "'��� ���"'��' ���>   > >" N...,��- un. *_* *"
Um* _*__. .;     A 0hanc# of ��� Hfe-
JJ*.��m $4,000 <_,_. blIiM- at f
Per cent
Block 12 on 12th St., **��&
hill sized lots.    Price $2.M��; ��n^
caah, bal. 6, 12 and 18 monthi
4 lot* on Fifth egtreet, 11 '
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13.
,iUfc
$350 *��h'i,lf I
Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13.    ���*?-*i
casb, balance $ noatlii at �� ~* Idav
OEC. 30, 1907.
Till-] DAILY NEWS.
PAGB SEVEN*
^���������������������������������^���������������������^* ���������������������������������������������������
ontest
[A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT   LIBRAE* INCLUDING   12.",   VOLUMES   AND
HANDSOME  CASK   WILL  BE GIVEN BV VOTE TO THE LODGE
gOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   I\   NEW   WESTMINSTER   BE*
CURING   THE   LARGEST    NUMBER   OF   VOTES   IN  THF   FOL
LOWING MANNER:
merchants listed below will give  with  each 10c  cash pur-
. ne vote.
mtesl   began  Aug.  23rd,  1907,    and  will close   Jan. 23rd,
���  7  p. m.
i lo   box Is placed in n   g, Curtis & Go's drug store, where
���   to  tie deposiled.
lose of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
.   eived   the    largest number of votes will be awarded the
pccounts   when   prom  I        i  I are entitled to votes.
: ���'������  v'"'"  ' an  be  se.   red        trading  with the firms list-
:
Is  on  exhibition  a!  VV   E   b lies'  turnil ire Btoi ���
D. S. Curtis will count the -.. -   .
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
yuick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANu ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on  sale    to  all j
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip i
Rates  to   Southern  California.
for full information call on or write   j
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
ATLANTIC-STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
W.    E.   FALE3
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH    <&.    CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
aew  managemeni.
L'onel   Havveis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON   a,  A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods.  Gen.   Repairing
D.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Dr ujs
A.    J.    BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West   End   Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.  CO.
D..,ly   and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &   CO.
Bocks and  Stationery
O.    BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY    STABLES
S.   H.   Thompson,  Prop.
FOR SALE.
Dry Fir Wood in 4ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
*>***v*4444******** ********
"Phone 333
������������������������������
*444444******4>********444***********************s>
Evening Classes in  Commercial Branches
Will   be   held  in  Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
W. J. SIPPRELL,       .--       -       Principal
������������������������>*���������������������������������<>�����**<.<���������������������������������������������������������������������*���<
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturer* nnd Dealers in All Kinds or
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
^mber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draning.
^yal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
IMPRESSES
n
**
18,000  ( EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN ,
H. Power \ EMPRESS OF IRELAND i
I4.60U    j
TONS j
GREAT   REDUCTIONS    IN    FARES
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now i.s the time to purchase your
tickets if you are going to spend
Xmas iit home.
Nexl sailing of Empress from St.
Join) to Liverpool, D c- 27.
For other  dates   and   particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Loute
for CONRAD, C.\RCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
^A I R HANKS Daily train-, (except
Sunday) carrying pa^engers, mail,
:xpre~s and freight connect with
stages a? Carcross and White Horse,
iiaintaining a through winter service.
I-oi   information  apply to
). H. ROGERS, Traffic Managei,
Vancouver. R. C.
i ADVERTISE *
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
If YOU Need  Anything.
EVELYN VAUGHAN
Supporting Ralph Stuart  in "Strongheart.1
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:36, 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
12:46, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45,
leaves  15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N\ W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N'. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. &  Y.���VANCOUVER
��� Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
l.v. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m-,
arrive Guichon 6 pm-
Leave Guichon 6 a m-, arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. rn-
.Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till V p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
wme heurs
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
i The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south *o Ross-
! land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
��� Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
: & N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian   Pacific   Railway  for   Boundary
Creek points
Connects  at    Meyers     Falls    with
, stage  Hail'- for  Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
; Spokane  aad  NeWon
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
-901.
Leave
C.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
g.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
... Spokane   715 p.m.
.. .Rossland   4.10 p.m.
...Nelson  6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
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lutel
PURE
Timber Licenses.
A  meeting ot all  pera .ns who are
e st.-d  in  special  Umber licen ������
I in New Westminst I       - irround-
ing.s will ; '��� hel I In I ...��� ! 1 ibj of the
el Russe . u.j  1   ��� - .      ���-. (ning at
7:.;' o'clock.    Any In ��rested
in same is cordially in.      I
The intention of the meeting Is:
To appoint a committee to work in
conjunction wi:h the British Columbia
Timber   and    Forestry    Chamber   of
1 Commerce,   Limited,   ot   Vancouver.
j with the object of securing from the
Provincial  Government   a  Lett sr title
to special licensed    lands    s >    as to
. make  possible  conserva'ive and  economic methods so that the own.rs of
licenses may know definitely    for    a
reasonable  j>eriod   of  time  to   ce>me
what  their  financial  outlays an.i  obligations are to be.
Also the question of excessive cos s
I of surveys will be taken up at.    tlie
meeting.
Aleso the protection for the prevention of forest fires, etc.
To 1 lect officers fur the com ng
year.
To discuss ways and means for the
better protection of timber lands and
the  interests of  tim er land owners.
There will l.e present at the meeting Judsnii F. Clark, acting s'cretary
for the British (' lumbia Timber and
Forestry Chamber of Commerce,
Limited; al.so the vice-president, Mr.
E. P. Dreamer.
It  is to  be hoped  there  will  he    a
large and representative gathering of
1 timbermen  at  this  meeting, and  the
following    names    are    respectfully
' urgH d to be present:
A. Ashby, N. S. Beardslee, Charles
' Black, .1. It. Black, J. H. Boner. J. VV.
'. Brennan, Brunette Saw Mill Co., E. H.
Bucklin. Corbould (.Major and Irwin),
B. K. DeBeck, T. Elliott an.i A. S.
Reid, E. .1. Fader, Fraser River Lumber Co., Fraser River Saw Mills, Lester David, Ernest Walker, Fulbrook &
Yeomans, D. A. Geddes, Herber-
Gilley, H. Hollingsworth, .1. A. Johnstone .1. E. Johnstone, John J. Jones,
King Solomon Mines Co. (care G. E.
Martini. L. A. Lewis, Hugh L. McDonald.  Alex.  MoEachern, C.n. Mur-
��� phy,    Thos.    R.    Pearson,    Rudo'.ph
. Puhier. S.  S.  Rogers. Small & Bucklin Lumber Co.,  McKae Smith. Oscar
Soderman, M. Q.  Spain, E. Walker.
Please do not fail to be present at
7:30 p.m, (December 31), Tuesday-
evening, at the  lobby  of ihe    Hotel
��� Russell.
Yours respectfully.
E. J.  FADER,
Acting Secretary.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
15 THE. FLOUR
MANUFACTURED  BY  THE
Easterbrook   Milling
OF EBURNE
A lady should never forget to say���
PERIAL
when she wants to obtain the very best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if   .
you order  Imperial,  made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
We have Unexcelled Pastry Flour
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Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for   f erminal,   and  see that you get it.
teed or   all   Kinds.      Hay
The Easterbrooke Milling Co.
McQUARRIE   &   CO.  Local Agents.
112 Front Street.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Margaret Double as the owner in Fee Simple, und?r
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobbie, bearing date the
1st day of December, A. iJ. 1902, of
all and singular taat certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, In the Province oT British Columbia,more part.cularly known
and described as Lots 18 to 25, inclusive, BlocU 4, being parts of ^uln-
west of Section 2, Township 16.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Dobbie a3 owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
month in a daily newspaper published at Xew Westminster will be good
and  sufficient  service thereof.
Dated at the Land R glstry offlc?
N't w Westminster, Province of British Columbia, tkis 29th day of .\u-r.is'.
A. D. 1907.
C.   S.   KEITH.
Dis:riet Registrar,
To Beniamln Doufelas, Esq.
"The Milwaukee"
The   Pion��r   Limited"   St.  Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
Su   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in  the   world  that  equal  in
-quipment  that   of  the  Chicago,  Milwaukee  &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They
mn  and operate their own sleeping
md dining cars on alll their trains and
<:ve   their   patrons   an   excellence  of
*ervi.e not obtainable elsewhere.
H  S. ROWE. General Ageflt
pu Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
Opera liouse Bookings.
Williams Jubilee  Singers    lan.    1
Strongheart   (Ralph   Stuart). .Jan.    3
Juvenile   Bostonlans    Jan. 13
Gorton's  Minstrels Ian   15
Devil's Auction    Jan. 23
Wo Are King   Jan. I'J
Kerry   Gow    Feb. 25
Dream City    Mar.    2
SI3 in New York  April 1
The   Burgoma-rter    Aprils
A College Boy May 1*7 THE  DAILY, NEWS
M0%Q4y
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FOR I
NEW YEARS
GIFTS
TRY
MOREY'S
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Plenty  pretty  thing-   still  in  stock I i
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SiSH
MORErS
217-219 Columbia St.
Job Printing
IN SPITE
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Latest ty.*e faces,   ne'w   machinery,
new stationary.     Send  ns   your  next
order.     Satisfaction  guaranteed.
Mail orders solicited.
The Arrow Press
Mrs. Dominy, Prop,
Windsor  Hotel   Block
of heavy sales previous
to Xmas, we sfili have
quantifies of Fresh Groceries for the Holiday
season.
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantee! the purity of imported
salts, insist on having WINDSOR
SALT. '95 vv j
IMMIGRATION [ROUBLE
UNDER DISCUSSION
f��KITCHEN ECOHOMY
pt ��������� .'C00DPAKW6
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P" ':<   V,y..i
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Evening
Wear
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
PHONE B 284
Choice   Meats  and Chickens  always
on hand.
CAM
The People's Grocer
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
I
Minor Official Made Scapegoat for Mistakes of Japanese Administration.
Tokyo, Dec. 29.���A discussion of the
Japanese government's program anl
method of limitation of emigration has
commenced between the foreign office
and American Ambassador O'Brien. It
is understood that the discussion was
eminently satisfactory, and that a
memorandum on the subject   In   the
, sfaajiu of a reply will soon 'le forthcoming. It ls quite evident now that
the Japanese government    recogniz.s
��� that mistakes in administration on
the part of a minor official In thc past
initiated the present difficult situa
tion. and is determined thai th.' future
restriction of emigration will make
complaints from the American egjovern-
menl and people impossible.
The difficulty of dealing with the
possibilities of emigrants going   over
1 the borders of Cana,la an I .Mexico is
now occupying much attention, be
cause it is recognized that, while ihe
possibility continues, ii wil] not Ic
��� asy tn pre\ enl r< i urrenc ��� of complaints.
We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the  market.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia    St..     New   Westminster.   B    C.
RY
A splendid selection of newly
Imported goods from the
Celebrated  Sheffield Makers
BRYSON & SONS
Sole Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.       - . Te!. 65
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We   are   Sole  ���
Agents for the   Pickard  Hand Painted CHINA  in  New Westminster.  ���
J   Call and examine our stock of the Pickard  Chin;
���   Every piece guaranteed    hand-painted.
4  Limoges China,
.Also  a   line  of  the   I est ���
SATURDAY'S   RESULTS
IN   SPORT CIRCLES
Rugby Football.
At Recreation p rk��� Poin -
Stanford     ;;
\ *; 11 n > ��� -1 \ er I
Association   Football.
(HarL
At i la in Is���     G   ..
cks   G
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U Powell   tn        ound
���   I      - '��������� stei���Won
Thistlrf ��� :   uli.
(Intermediate)
At H street  -renin is���
\ ..   ouver Athletic Clu i    I
Thistles      3
Athletics.
Vancouvi r    A thletlc    Club    Juni u
Harriers rac<   for Larwill cup woa by
frank  11 ichesnay.
MATSQUI MUNICIPALITY
$150 REWARD
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
h and large as-
���.   fust received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Coluir.b a St..  New Westminster
Telephone 83
X 	
I W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The ___
X Agent Hamilton Watches
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New Bakery Cook's
U   n   madi^    ��_ cr\*.ic 'mar-*_w ���**_-m _    %_w
H. C. MARK &SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
FACTORY���Or.   Fourth   avenue  and
Second   street.
STORE���Sixth street, next Columbian
and near the Post Office.
Have you tried our bread, currant
buns, Christmas cake, Scotch short
br< ad ; they are choice.
Phone B359 will bring our delivery
promptly.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl. 113. Office, eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
The above reward is hereby offi red
. to any person  who will give such in-
i formation as will lead to the conviction of the  dastardly  person or per
sons who did on the night of the 14th
or morning of the lath of .November
, last, enter the Held of Mr. M, D. M tr-
j rison   at   Mount   Lehman,   and   there
j wilfully cut and back with some sharp
| Instrument a  valuable horse in such
a cruel manner tbat the samg had to
be destroyed.    One    hundred  dollars
I will be paid by Matsqui council, and
%"n> by the owner.
By order,
JOHN BALL,
Clerk Municipal Council.
Dated, Abbotsford, Dec. 23, 1907.
2 1-2 ACRES
Electric Railway Service
Two and one-half acres of orchard and garden land
all cleared and planted in fruit. There is also a 5 room
house and a stable.   This is loc* ted
IN WESTMINSTER,
t ADVERTISE *
the    d ail y    new-   :ham,y to the Present Vancouver tram line and quite close
 _ .���L. to the proposed new cut off line,  splendid  view,  and the
location will steadily improve from now on.
facial, scalp, or body tWiatmaatB given
j In your own home, Also manicuring.
' For engagement ring up A 339,
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver  and    way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
P. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
cit} line.
City  Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at len minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at tl:30
a. m.
Sunday Service fialMMMiriy I*.
tween 8.30 a.m, and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
Price $3,500;  terms, 1-3 cash
F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED.
New Wetfmuuter, Chiiliwack. Vancouver.
Imp irtant social ev<        an ������>��
m   and alreadj  customers are enquiring toi ���
���   evening won.   II Lakes iim   to h-.i-., '   |
make your selections with cere. . ,        ��� n'-w as!
Fabrics.   Ask to see them ,
Silk Eolines, ll Inches wide In shades of Pale Blue o '
Nile, Navy, Brown, Alice  Blue, Champagne,   Cream   and   bT ^ '
yard, $1.00 and $1.15. ack' W
Wool Voiles in shades of Grey. Blue, Champagne and C
vani. 75c and 90c. am' *��
Wool Veilings in Pale Blue,  Grey,   Pink,   Nile, Green and
per yard, 50c and 60c. Zrtm- ,
Colored   Organdies.   Colored Cotton,    Voiles     Mtrr.r��� j        ' I
,       '^, e-criz^o    Mullt
Flowered Voilies. Cotton  Eolines, White Persian Lawns, Ind   i
ranging In  price from,  per yard, 20c to 50c. nen''
New Trimming Laces for evening dress trimmings, |n gU   ......
:.���   Oriental   Fine Valenciennes, Silk  and  Linen,    .        r(j   ]0c"   ''"
All Over Dress Nets lor blOUSPS   or   dres -
black,  p. r yard. 35c to $2.25. " anl
Colored Silk Gloves to match dr<ess materia      ���       ��� ti. .
'' "o ��1.5o
Long  White   Kid  Gloves,  per  pai:.  $1.70 to $3.75.
W. S. COLLISTER t7_
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster
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ALL HOLIDAY GOODS
Until the end of the year.
IT   PAYS   US TO   LOSE  in order to clear them out as   .    ���������_
the    room.
IT PAYS YOU TO SAVE cn  any article you d'd not ���   .
opportun ty   of   getting   before  Xmas.
A  SECRET���the best things in the store did
and see us.
| J. J. MACKAY y CO.
| BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEH
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Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
CHRISTMAS AND  NEW YEAR'S
HOLIDAYS
Tickets   will   be  on   Sale  December
21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, and    Dumber |
28, 29. 80, .'ll.and January 1.    Good toi
return up to and including January 3,1
al  one  fare and    one    third  for the
round   trip.    For other particulars
I
ED. QOULET,
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Agent, New West minster I
or to E. -I. COYLE,
Asst, Genl, Pass. Agi, Vancouver.
ADVERTISE I.N THE DAILY NEWS.
Get Established
Buy a home now thai will wei .-. .   ���'��� ' ot i     V       Wl
just  such a proposition.    New ll<-,i-i on Kif;b ....      .
��� . n     Two lots each 66x132 feet   ?on can sell one
$650    All we ask la $2700 for tho property.   Good ten
Into It.
DOMINION TRUST VM
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
COAL! COAL1
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS _f PRESTON
P. O. Box   34 5 'p,,one
OFFICE. FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW iS���1
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HERE IS YOUR
CHANCE
Sin
Here is your chance to start (he new year rlg*t, by buj  s    ^.
roomed cottage on Third street for $900, $-!f>0 cash, L;il.��"'H
month.
P. PEEBLES ��L
j 276 ColMbi. St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   ^^
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